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Swayambhus in Australia

Comments by HH Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi:
[Australia] is the land which is the land of purity. This is the land in the universe is the first center that you see there, and Uluru that you have – Uluru means, as I told you, is the Chaitanya, is the symbol of that purity. So you stand for the innocence of the world. (1990-0317)

Australia is a special country. I call it a country of innocence. Uluru that you have is a symbol of that. (1995-0221)

Uluru is a very big mountain which looks like Shri Ganesha. It has also a very big trunk, going down. Vibrations itself will prove that it is Shri Ganesha, from the mother earth. (1999-0925)

Kata Tjuta  (The Olgas) has cool vibrations.

Mt Connor (near Uluru)
A Sahaja yogini writes: Mt Connor represents Lord Shiva and has tremendous very cool vibrations.

"In the Dreamtime stories of the local Aborigines it is connected with the feared Ninya, or Ice Men, the creators of cold weather. The Ninya are believed to have camped at Artila during the Dreamtime, but now they live about 25 km away to the north beneath a dry lake. The Aborigines believe that when deep cracks form on the soles of their feet they are caused by ice left in the grass by the Ninya. There is evidence on the coarse pebbles of the mesa that at some point in the past, presumably in the Pleistocene ice age, the area did indeed undergo some degree of glaciation. Maybe the dreamtime stories in this area are memories of the glacial phase that has been passed on through many generations. History remembered in stories."

Glass House Mountains (Qld) -
A Sahaja yogini writes: Powerful vibrations. May be the Ekadasha Rudras. It is very peaceful and easy to meditate there.

"The Glass House Mountains are located in the traditional lands of the Jinibara and Gubbi Gubbi people. The mountains are members of a family with the father being Mount Tibrogargan and the mother Mount Beerwah All of the other mountains are sons and daughters with the eldest being Mount Coonowrin."

A Sahaja yogini writes:
The three rivers in Sydney  - Paramatta, Hawksbury and St George - correspond to the three nadis -Ida, Pingala and Sushumna.

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